The concessions made at the peace talks in Paris by the Ivorian government have emboldened the rebels. On the other hand, the government itself, the security forces and political elite, supported by popular protest in Abidjan, are rejecting key aspects of the agreement. The scenarios that can be drawn for the next weeks are seemingly grim. Critical response directions, therefore, include: a international community exerting pressure as stated above on the government and rebels to accept the Accord as the basis for peace and further negotiations; b placing the Defence and Interior ministerial portfolios under a transitional council managed by Houphouet Boigny's reputable and respected officers, elements of the armed forces FANCI and rebels, and overseen by the UN and ECOWAS; c tackling the regional dimension of the conflict; d putting an end to the activities of the death squads; and e effectively launching a longer-term peace process that has a strong Track 3 dimension. It is given from both a technical and "Ivorian" perspective. These are briefly summarised in the table below.
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Although most of the fighting ended by late , the country remained split in two, with a rebel-held north and a government-held south [ citation needed ]. Hostility increased and raids on foreign troops and civilians rose. As of [update] , the region was tense, and many said the UN and the French military failed to calm the civil war. The Ivory Coast national football team was credited with helping to secure a temporary truce when it qualified for the FIFA World Cup and brought warring parties together. A peace agreement to end the conflict was signed on 4 March The Ivorian elections took place in October after being delayed six times.
First Ivorian Civil War
Peace Agreements: Côte d'Ivoire